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Leaders hone skills at National Headquarters
Sixteen Civil Air Patrol wing commanders and three region vice commandersparticipated in the 2012 Region & Wing Commanders Course. The 19, seenhere in front of CAP National Headquarters flanking, in shirt sleeves, NationalCommander Maj. Gen. Chuck Carr and Executive Director Don Rowland, aswell as National Vice Commander Brig. Gen. Joe Vazquez, participated inintense, graduate-level training designed to prepare them to be bettercommanders at the wing and region levels as well as members of the CAPNational Board. The participants left with a better understanding of CAPʼsemergency services, aerospace, cadet, information technology, public affairs,membership development, finance and logistics programs.
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Carr Jr.E
Don R. RowlandA
John A. SalvadorM
Julie M. DeBardelabenA
Dan Bailey, Kristi Carr, Minnie Lamberth,Susan Mallett, Mitzi Palmer, Jenn Rowelland Maj. Steven Solomon
Col. Joseph A. Guimond Jr.Deputy Chief of Staff, SupportCol. Michael MurrellDeputy Chief of Staff, OperationsMaj. Steven SolomonNational Public Affairs OfficerLt. Col. Donald JohansonRocky Mountain Region Director of Safety
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Mississippi Wing officers watch vintageCivil Air Patrol plane return to skies
Members of the Mississippi Wing staff were watching at Bruce CampbellField in Madison, Miss., when a newly restored aircraft from Civil Air Patrolʼsearliest days took flight again for the first time in years, complete with avintage CAP paint scheme. Records show the 1941 StinsonL-9B was flown by New Jersey Wing members oncoastal patrol missions during theearly days of World War II.Members of theCommemorative AirForce plan to flythe Stinson toregional aviation eventsfor display to thegeneralpublic.
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